Jul 24, 2023
Welcome to the 23rd edition of the Medical News Bulletin.
In this edition you’ll learn why few COVID infected patients remain asymptomatic, a breakthrough in preventing malaria, a common occurence among breast-cancer patients, digital pathology, a synthetic creation to fight antibiotic-resistanct bacteria and what led to the emergence of cardio-oncology as a field.
Medical news bulletin is the number one source for you to catch up on the latest developments in the medical world and make more informed decisions going forward in your career.
As doctors preparing for super specialty, you need to be updated with the latest developments in medical research and medical news.
Let’s take a look at what has happened in the past week.
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New Study Reveals Genetic Variant's Role in Asymptomatic COVID Infections
Researchers uncover a genetic variant in the immune system that may explain why some individuals experience asymptomatic COVID-19 infections, offering valuable insights for pandemic management.
Scientific Breakthrough: mRNA Technology Yields Highly Effective Malaria Vaccine
A groundbreaking achievement in vaccine development harnesses mRNA technology to create a potent and promising malaria vaccine, that can attack the malaria-causing parasite Plasmodium.
Breast Cancer Treatment Linked to Accelerated Aging in Women - Study
Research indicates that breast cancer treatment may cause premature aging in women, highlighting the need for personalized survivorship care to improve post-cancer quality of life.
Digital Pathology Poised to Revolutionize the Medical Industry
The advent of digital pathology promises to be a game-changer in healthcare, facilitating remote diagnostics, enhancing collaboration, and improving patient outcomes through advanced imaging technologies.
IISc Scientists Develop Synthetic Peptide to Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Researchers at IISc engineer a potent synthetic peptide capable of neutralizing a antibiotic-resistant bacteria, offering a potential solution to the growing global health threat of drug-resistant infections.
Enzymes Unveil Heart Damage Prevention during Chemotherapy
New study reveals the protective role of enzymes in shielding the heart from damage during chemotherapy, potentially leading to safer and more effective cancer treatment options.
And that sums up all the essential medical news for today!
Don't forget you can catch up on our previous editions of medical news bulletins too! So, let's dive in and see what the latest developments are in the world of medicine.
Also read: Medical News Bulletin Edition 21
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